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Salsa sensation Marc Anthony spotted today in Spanish Harlem

The Facebook page called New Yorkers Do It Better posted a picture to their page today of Marc Anthony in Spanish Harlem. According to the photo, it appears the Harlem native is filming a music video right where or close … Continue reading

Visit Le Pain Quotidien in Spanish Harlem

The folks behind the new Le Pain Quotidien in Spanish Harlem have sent in recent photos. Le Pain Quotidien in Harlem opened in May on Madison Avenue at 97th Street! The new store features a large dining room where there … Continue reading

Spanish Harlem featured in NY Times, El Barrio starts above E. 96th St., divide becoming less visible

For those who have wondered where East Harlem/Spanish Harlem/El Barrio begins, today The New York Times confirms for us once again that it begins right above East 96th Street. And according to The Times, the  old divide between the Upper … Continue reading

Go back in time with Street Games 2013 in Spanish Harlem

Street Games, which brings back the classic games and sports from the ’60s and ’70s and introduces them to a new generation, takes place this Saturday, April 27 in East Harlem. Stickball, pogo sticks, hula hoops, double-dutch, yo-yos, and skateboarding … Continue reading

100 free trees available May 6 through Urban Garden Center in Spanish Harlem

Spanish Harlem’s Urban Garden Center is turning one and they are celebrating in style by giving away that item which has furnished humanity with two of life’s essentials: food and oxygen. On Sunday, May 6, Urban Garden Center, in partnership … Continue reading

Street Games is happening April 28 in Spanish Harlem

The 5th annual Street Games will be taking place April 28 at Thomas Jefferson Park in Spanish Harlem, which is located at 114th Street off of 1st Avenue. Street Games celebrates games from the ’60s and ’70s by introducing them … Continue reading

Attend Session in Spanish Harlem on Smoke-free Housing

On April 18-just a few days before Earth Day 2012 in Harlem-the New York City Health Department and Manhattan Smoke-Free Partnership are sponsoring a session in Harlem on Smoke-Free Housing.  This is part of an education campaign on the benefits of … Continue reading

Attend Sundae Sermon at El Museo in Spanish Harlem

Sundae Sermon, the afternoon Harlem dance party generally held in the summer in Morningside Park, and El Museo Del Barrio in Spanish Harlem have teamed up to keep us grooving all winter long with the launch of its first annual Sundae Sermon … Continue reading

See The Twin Towers and The City Exhibition in Spanish Harlem

Starting September 3, the Museum of the City of New York pays tribute to 9/11 with a three-month exhibition of the World Trade Center. The Twin Towers and The City Exhibition includes photographer Camilo Jose Vergara’s four decades-long study of … Continue reading

The Knox Band is the last show at Live@1220 Fifth in Spanish Harlem

If you haven’t visited the outdoor terrace at the Museum City of New York on Fifth Avenue, along with listening to live music, tonight is your last chance. The music series ends with The Knox Band. Tickets are $10 bucks … Continue reading